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Flanders 1800s Flow Blue & Gilt Pitcher

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While this beautiful pitcher has a backstamp, no one seems to be able to identify it. I have looked for years and am unable to find it anywhere, except as an unidentified backstamp.
As wonderful as this pitcher is, I fear it was used for syrup as it is stained, inside and out. There is also crazing inside and out. It has been priced accordingly.
There is a gilt design on the top and bottom cobalt areas that has some loss.
The decaling is quite beautiful and accented perfectly by the handpainted gold and deep cobalt blue. The curvy double piece handle has ample room for even a large hand.
It stands not quite 7" tall and the bottom which is slightly wider than the top is 4 3/4" across. This makes for a beautiful floral display!

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Flanders 1800s Flow Blue & Gilt Pitcher


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: china, prcelain, ironstone
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 274 reviews
  • Favorited by: 269 people